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Praktische Elementar=ScMe 
für die Oboe. 

Diese ersten Uebungen bezwecken, die Töne be- 
stimmt anblasen zu lernen, sowie die Aneignug ei- 
ner richtigen Haltung. Der Schüler halte das In - 
strument so, dass der Unterarm vom Ellenbogen bis 
zu den mittleren Fingerknöcheln eine möglichst ge- 
rade Linie bilde; nur das rechte Handgelenk sei et- 
was gesenkt. Das Mi tt e 1 g 1 i e d des Zeigefin- 
gers der rechten Hand ruhe dicht neben der B = 
Klappe, welche mit diesem Mittelglied zu öffnen 
ist. Mit der Spitze des Zeigefingers der linken 
Hand werde das obere Loch so gedeckt,dass eine 
Neigung dieses Fingers nach dem Mittelfinger zu 
genügt, um dasselbe halb zu öffnen. Werden diese 
Bestimmungen berücksichtigt, so reguliert sich die 
Haltung der übrigen Finger von selbst. 

Jeder Ton werde bestimmt angeblasen (angesto- 
sen!) und seinem vollen Werthe nach ausgehalten. 
Das Zeitmass sei immer massig langsam. 



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Elementary = School 
for the Oboe. 

The object of these first Exercises is to learn 
to produce the tones with sureness, and also to 
acquire a proper position. The pupil should hold 
the instrument in such position that the forearm 
from the elbow to the knuckle of the middle finger 
fall, as near as possible, in a straight line; in 
the right hand only may the wrist be slightly depressed. 
The middle joint of the index finger of the 
right hand rests close to the B^z Klapper which 
latter is to be opened with this middle joint. With 
the tip of the index finger of the left hand the 
upper hole must be so covered, that a depressionof 
this finger toward the middle finger is sufficient 
to make it half open. If these directions be strictly 
observed, the positions of the remaming fingers 
regulate themselves. 

Each tone should be distinctly made, (attacked) 
and prolonged according to its full value. The 
tempo always moderately slow. 



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Der Schiiler gewöhne h ich, immer erst auszuathmen, bevor er frischen 
Athem nimmt. Ist dazu nicht Zeit, so athme er zunächst nur aus , 
blase dann die nächste Phrase mit dem Rest des Athems und schö- 
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des Aus-und Einathmcns am leichtesten überwunden. 



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*) O Sign for exhaling. v> Sign for inhaling. 

The pupil must accustome himself always first to let out the 
breath before inhaling afresh. If there be not sufficient time, 
let the breath out only, playing the next phrase with what 
remains and then take breath again. Long Holds or prolonged 
tones are easily executed in this manner. 



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2721 
2824a 

2824b 
2728 

2776 

2619 

2774 

2818 

2756 

2808 
2778a/b 

2809a/b 

2505 

2695b 

2775 

2777 

2506 
2685 



Piano Solo. 

Beyer, Op. 101, Preparatory School . 
Grieg, Op. 62, Lyric Pieces. 

Book vn No. 1—3 

— Book VII No. 4—6 

March-Album (Wedding-March, March 

from the Prophet Ac.) (Spindler) 
Masters for the Young (Euthardt): 

Weber, Schubert 

Mendelssohn, 12 Songs without Words 

for the Young (Ruthardt) . . . 
Meyerbeer, March from the Prophet 

and Dance with Flambeaux B(> . 
00T Modern Masters of the Pianoforte 
(Jensen, Raff, Rubinstein, Tschai- 
kowsky, Grieg, Moszkowski). 

National-Hymns (Spindler) 

(German, French, Ital., Spanish Ac.) 
Operatic-Album III (Meyerbeer-Spindler) 
Kheinoerger, Op. 180, Charact. 

Pieces. 2 Books .... each 
Sin ding, Op. 25, 7 Pieces. 2 Bks. ea. 

Piano Duets (4 Hands). 

Qrleg, Op. 16, Concert Am 

Händel, Concerto II in F 

Meyerbeer, March from the Prophet 

and Dance with Flambeaux B|> . 
Mo szko avsIsI, Op. 55, PolishDances 

Violin Duets. 
Campagnoll, Op. 14, Duets . . . . 
Classical Pieces (Hermann) . . . . 



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No. 


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2819 
2507 


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2786 


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76 


2826 
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2823a/b 


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2812 


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2822 
2609 


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2788 





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75 


2767 



Violin & Piano. 

Dancla, Op. 77, 3 Duets 

Dussek, Op. 20, 6 Sonatinas (Hermann) 
rVoviicek, Perpetuum mobile. . . 
Sinding, Op. 27, Sonata in E . . 
Sitt, Op. 62, 2 Sonatinas . . each 
Viottl, ConcertNo.20,24 (Hermann) each 

Cello Solo. 

Duport, 21 Exercices (Grützmacher) . 

Cello & Piano. 

Grieg, Lyr. Pieces (Goltermann) 2B. ea. 

— Op. 46, Peer Gynt-Suite I (Golterm.) 
Masters for the Yoiuig 

Haydn, Mozart (Goltermann). . 
Beethoven, Schubert (id.) . . 
Mendelssohn, Schumann (id.) . . 

Trio. 

(Piano, Violon A Cello). 
Sitt, Op. 63 No. 1, Trio in Q . . 

Organ. 

Merkel, Op. 37, 10 Fuguettes . . . 

— Op. 30, Sonata for 4 Hands . . 
Rembt, Fuguettes 

Harmonium. 

Reinhard, Pieces from Oratories . . 

Flute Solo. 
Operatic Melodies (Popp) 



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76 




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2825b 
2825c 


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2825d 


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2825f 
2820 


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2787 


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Songs. 

English Words. 
Grieg, A Swan. Orig. A low. 
— Springtide (id.) 

German Words. 
Basslleder (Friedlaender) . . 
Humoristische Lieder, h. & t., 



each 
each 



each 



Taschenliederbuch (ohne Klavier) . . 

Choruses for male voices. 
80 Humoristische Lieder. Partitur 

Choruses for mixed voices. 

80 Heitere Lieder. Partitur . . . 

Chorus Parts. 

Bach, 6 Cantatas (German) each Part 

Full Scores & Parts. 

Grieg, 6 Songs arr. by the Composer 
Solvejgs Song. Score 2. — Parts ea. 
Solvejgs Cradle Song. Sc. 2. — Pts. ea. 
From Monte Pincio. Sc. 2. — Pts. ea. 
A Swan. Score 2. — Parts each 
Springtide. Score 2. — Parts each 
Henrik Wergeland. Sc. 2. — Pts. ea. 

Händel, Concert II in F f. String Orch. 
Score 2. — Parts .... each 

IVoväcek, Perpetuum mobile for 

Violin with Orchestra. Score . . 

Wind Instr. 3.- Quint. String Pts. ea. 



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20 


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20 


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20 


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80 


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No. 



i 



1/2 

la/b 

2790a/b 

200 

2791 

201 

2792 

202 

2793 

203/4 

2794/5 

205/6 

2796/7 

207 

2798 

208 

209 

210 

211 

212 

213 

214 

215 

216 

217 

218/19 

1959 

2194 

220 

221 

222/3 

2668 
1820 



Piano Solo. 

Bach, Complete Piano Works: 

Well tempered Clavichord. 48 Pre- 
ludes* Fugues (Czerny).2 V., each 
The same (Kroll). 2 Vols, each 
The same (Ruthardt) 2 Vols, each 
21 Short Preludes A 6 Fugues . 

The same (Ruthardt) 

2- A 3-Part Diventions, complete 

The same (Ruthardt) 

6 French Suites 

The same (Ruthardt) 

6 English Suites. 2 Books each 
The same (Ruthardt) 2 Books each 
6 Partitas. 2 Books . . . each 
The same (Ruthardt) 2 Books each 
Italian Concert, Chrom. Fantasia Ac. 

The same (Ruthardt) 

French Overture, Fant. Am. 4c. . 

30 Variations 

4 Toccatas 

Toccata, Prelude, Fugues Ac. . . 
Fantasias, Fugues Ac 

3 Sonatas 

4 Preludes, 3 Suites A 4 Fugues 
2 Fantasias, Overture, Aria, Tocc. 
Capriccio, 3 Menuets, 2 Fugues Ac. 
16 Concerts d'apres Vivaldi . . 
TheArtof Fugue, Music.Sacrifice ea. 
Supplement. 55 Pieces . . . . 

— Concert, Dm 

— 9 Favorite Preludes 

— 14Favorite Pieces (Gav., Gigues Ac.) 

— Preludes A Fugues for Organ arr. 
by Liszt. 2 Books .... each 

— The easiest Studies (Ruthardt) . 

— Album. 21 Pieces (Sara Heinze) . 



cts No. 



276 

760 
1885 



3 

296a/b 

1801a/c 

1231 

297 

298ajb 

144 

768 

196a/b 

490 

1300 

1301 

2172 

371 

1824a/b 

2711 

1250 

1251a 

1251b 

1251c 

1251d 

2111 

2112 

1136 

1137 

2133a/d 

181a 

181b 

182a/b 

2721 



Piano Solo. 

Bach, Ph. E., 6 Sonatas (Billow) . . 
Bach, W. F., Fugues A Polonaises 
Ballet- Album. (Ballets ofLully, Rameau, 
Gluck, Mozart Ac). (Kleinmichel) 
Beethoven, Complete Piano Works: 

— Sonatas (Koehler A Schmidt) . . 

— The same. 2 Vols each 

— The same. Superior Ed. 3Vols. each 

— 6 Sonatinas (Köhler) 

— 34 Pieces (Köhler A Schmidt) . . 

— Variations (do.) 2 Vols. . . each 

— Concerts (R. Schmidt), compl. . . 

— Easy Compositions (Köhler) . . 

— 9 Symphonies (Horn). 2 Vols, each 

— Septet Op. 20 

— 6 Quartets Op. 18 

— Violin Romances A Polonaise . . 

— Serenade Op. 8 (Horn) . . . . 

— Favorite Songs (Kirchner) . . . 

— Album. 28 Movements from Sym- 
phonies, Quartets, Trios Ac.2 V. each 

— Pieces f. theYoung (Ruthardt) 
Bendel, Op. 139, Am Genfer See . . 

— Op. 139 No. 1, Sonntagsmorgen . 

— Op. 139 No. 2, Promenade ä Chä- 
telard. Bosquet de Julie . . . 

— Op. 139 No. 3, Mondscheinfahrt . 

— Op. 139 No. 4, Cascade du Chaudron 

— La Gondola 

— Diavolina 

— Spinning-Wheel 

— Sleeping Princess 

Berens, Op. 61, Velocity. 4 Bks. each 
Bertini, 12 Petits Morceaux . . . . 

— Op. 100, 25 Etudes faciles . . . 

— Op. 29 A 32, Etudes . . . each 
Beyer, Op. 101, Preparatory School . 



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No. 



2101a/b 

2671 

276 

277 

1901 
1804 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 

1911 

1912 

1900a/c 

1900a 

1900b 

1900 c 

2706 

1926 

1913 

1927a 

1927b 

1920 

2800 

145 

146a|d 

147a/b 

147c 

2464 

1101 

2803 



Piano Solo. 

Brahms, Hungar. Dances. 2 V. ea. 

— Op. 112, 4 Gipsy Songs (Kirchner) 
Biilow, see Ph. Em. Bach, 6 Sonatas 

— see Scarlatti, 18 Pieces . . . 
Chopin, Piano Works (Scholtz) 

I. 14 Waltzes 

The same. Superior Edition 
II. 61 Mazurkas . . . . . 

III. 10 Polonaises 

IV. 19 Nocturnes 

V. 4 Ballades A 4 Impromptus 

VI. 4 Scherzos A Fantasia Fm. 

VII. 27 Etudes 

VIII. 25 Preludes A 3 Rondos . 
IX. 3 Sonatas 
X. 11 Miscellaneous Compositions 
(Berceuse, Barcarolle Ac.) . 

XI. 2 Concerts 

XII. 4 Concert-Pieces .... 

— Cheap Edition in 3Volumes, compl 

I. (For Contents see 1901/4) . 

n. (For Contents see 1905/8) . 

III. (For Contents see 1909/12) 

— Pieces f. the Young (Ruthardt) 

— Album. Select Works . . . 

— The same 

— Larghetto from the Fm. -Concert 

— Romance from the Em. -Concert 

— 10 Songs (Kirchner) .... 
Christmas-Album (Friedlaender) 
Clementi, 12 Sonatinas (Köhler) . 

— 24Sonatas(KöhlerARoitzsch).4V.ea 

— Gradus Vols. I., n. . . . each 

— Gradus Vol. Ill 

— Gradus, 26 select Studies (Kullak) 

— Prdludes et Exercices . . . 
Commerslieder, 100 (Friedlaender) 



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2802a/d 

2714 

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2409 

2463a/b 

2410 

2610 

2611 

2667 

2633 

2439 

2713 

2261 

2550a/c 

2589a/c 

1302 
274a 
274b 
2099 
2232 
1967a/b 



2608 

491 
1059 
1511 
2444 

1267 
1884 

1827 
1963 
1353 
1139 
2278 
1269 
2164a 
1482 
1270 
2153 
1470 
1870 
2424 
1871 
2265 
2155 
2159 
2150 
2426 
2151 
2152a/b 
2154 
2640 
2425 
2422 
2420 
2423 
2421 
2428 
2429a/b 
2650 
2651 
2652 
2653 
2654 
2655 
2656 
2657a 
2657b 
2658a 
2658b 
2824a 

2824b 

2427 

1352 

2592a/c 

4a/b 

4c 

4d 

1821 

2669 

713a/b 

71Sc/d 

484 
1120 

197 
1303 
1822 
2710 



Piano Solo. 

Cramer, 84 Etudes (RoitzBch) 4B., eacb 

— The same (Euthardt) 4 Bks. each 

— Op. 100, 100 daily Studies . . . 
Czerny, Op. 599, First Instructor . . 

— Op. 139, 100 Easy Studies . . . 

— Op. 261, 125 Short Exercises . . 

— Op. 821, 160 Eight -bar Exercises 

— Op. 299, Velocity (Geläufigkeit) . 

— The same in 4 Books . . . each 

— Op. 636, S3 Preparatory Studies . 

— Op. 740, Finger-Dexterity . . . 

— The same in 6 Books . . . each 

— Op. 337, 40 Daily Exercises . . 

— Op.S35,LegatoAStaccato,2B.,each 

— Op. 366, School of the Virtuoso 

— Op. 748, 25 Studies for small hands 

— Op. 849, 30 Studies of Mechanism 

— Exercises for Children (Ruthardt) 

— 100 Recreations (Kuthardt) . . . 
Dlabelll, 11 Sonatinas Op. 151, 168 . 

— Op. 126, The first Studies . . . 
Döhler-Album. 5 Select Pieces . . . 
Döring, Op. 8, 25 Studies, 3 B. each 

— Op. 76, 28 Preparatory Studies to 
Op. 8, 3 Books each 

Dussek, 6 Sonatinas Op. 20 ... . 

— 3 Sonatas Op. 10, 70, 77 . . . . 

— 8 Pieces (Chasse, Consolation Ac.) 

— 12 Lecons Op. 16 

Duvernoy, Op. 176, Ecole primaire . 
Etüden - Album. 64 Progr. Studies by 

Bertini, Clementi, Czerny, Cramer, 
Jensen, Chopin. (Köhler). 2 V., ea. 

Etuden-Album. 35 Preparatory Studies 
to the (Ruthardt) 

Field, 17 Nocturnes (Köhler) . . . 

— Concert AJ> (Roitzsch) 

Flotow, Martha. Fantasia (Felix) . . 
Funeral Marches (8) by Beethoven Ac. 
Gade, 30 Scandinavian Songs . . . 
Qavotte - Album (Gavottes of Corelli, 

Rameau, Bach, Händel, Gluck) . 
Qluck-Album. 20 Airs, Ballets Ac. . 
Grieg, Op. 1, 4 Pieces . . . . 

— Op. 3, 6 Poetic Tone-Pictures. . 

— Op. 6, 4 Humoresken 

— Op. 7, Sonata, Em 

— Op. 12, 8 Lyric Pieces, Book I . 

— Op. 16, Concert, Am 

— Op.l7,ScandinavianDances A Songs 

— Op. 19, Aus d. Volksleben (3 Pieces) 

— Op. 19 No. 2, Bridal Procession 

— Op. 24, Ballade, Gm 

— Op. 28, Album Leaves (4 Pieces) 

— Op. 28 No. 3, Dance-Caprice, A 

— Op. 29, Improvisata (2 Pieces) . 

— Op. 34, 2 Elegiac Melodies . . 

— Op. 35, Norwegian Dances . . 

— Op. 37, Waltz-Caprices . . . 

— Op. 38, 8 Lyric Pieces, Book n 

— Op. 38 No. 1, Berceuse . . . 

— Op. 40, Holberg-Suite .... 

— Op. 41, 6 Songs transcr. 2 Bks. ea, 

— Op. 43, 6 Lyric Pieces, Book III 

— Op. 43 No. 1, Papillon (Butterfly) 

— Op. 43 No. 6, Erotic . . . 

— Op. 43 No. 6, To the Spring 

— Op. 46, Peer Gynt-Suite I . 

— Op. 46 No. 3, Anitra's Dance 

— Op. 47, 7 Lyric Pieces, Book IV 

— Op. 50, Prayer A Temple-Dance 

— Op. 52, 6 Songs transcr. 2 Books each 

— Op. 53, Two Melodies .... 

— Op. 54, 6 Lyric Pieces, Book V 

— Op. 64 No. 4, Notturno . . . 

— Op. 55, Peer Gynt-Suite II 

— Op. 65 No. 2, Arabian Dance . 

— Op. 56, Sigurd Jorsalfar . . . 

— Op. 56 No. 3, Triumphal March 

— Op. 67, Lyric Pieces,BookVI No.1-3 

— Op. 67, Lyric Pieces.Book VI No.4-6 

— Op. 67 No. 1, Menuet . . . 

— Op. 57 No. 5, She dances 

— Op. 62, Lyric Pieces, Book VII 
No. 1—3 

— Op. 62, Lyric Pieces, Book VII 
No. 4—6 

— Funeral March 



Gurlitt, Op. 62, Album for the Young 
Haberbler, Op. 53, 24 Etudes-Poesies, 

3 Books each 

Händel, 16 Suites (Köhler). 2Vols. each 

— Lecons, Pieces, Fugues (Köhler) . 

— Fuguettes (Köhler) 

— Album. 21 Select Pieces . . . 

— The easiest Studies (Ruthardt) 
Haydn, Sonatas No. 1—20 (Köhler). 

2 Vols each 

— Sonatas No. 21 — 34 (Roitzsch). 
2 Vols each 

— 8 Orig. Compositions (Roitzsch) . 

— 12 Easy Pieces 

— 12 Symphonies (Horn) . . . . 

— Quartets (29 Favorite Movements) 

— Album. 15 Select Pieces . . . 

— Pieces f. the Young (Ruthardt) 



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No. 



1893 

474 

290 

291 

1067 

275a 

275b 

275c 

2097 

714 

2708 

1961 

1068 

1069 

1070 

1071 

1072 

2102 

1480 

2551 

1141 

1142 

1143 

1144 

2462a/b 

1148a/b 

2026 

1317a/c 

2196 

1271 

2124 

1932 

1463a/b 

1465a/b 

1040 

1313a/h 

1969 



1969a 

2033 

1967a/b 



396a 

396b 

396c 

763 

715a/b 

372 

2609 

1382a 

2716 

2213 

2035 

1895 

222/3 

1156 

1157 

2514 

1187a 

1185a/b 
1377 
2555 
2555a 
2552 
2553 
2554 

1318a/c 

1319a/c 
2083 
2096 

2134a/b 

1416 

2135a 

2135b 

2728 
2638 



2710 
2711 
2712 
2776 
2706 
2672/3 
2674 
2675 
2676 
2G77a/d 
2678 
2679 

396a 
396b 
396c 

1970 
1971 



Piano Solo. 

Henselt, Op. 2, 12 Etudes de Concert 

— Op. 15, Spring Song . . . 
Herz, Scales (gammes) (Roitzsch) 

— Op. 21, Exercises A Preludes 

— Op. 85, 6 Bagatelles . . . 
Hummel, Op. 13, 20, Sonatas ; Op. 11 

Rondo ; Op.18, Fant. ; Bella Caprice, 

— Op. 81, 106, Sonatas; Op. 19, 109 

— Op. 49, 67, 67, 107, 120, Pieces 

— 14 Easy Pieces (Roitzsch) . . 

— 2 Concerts, Am., Bm. (Roitzsch) 

— Op. 56, Rondo brillant . . . 

— Op. 74, Septet 

Hunten, Op. 21, 30, 48, Rondos . 

— Op. 49, Rondo ; Op. 26, Variations 

— Op. 45, 3 Themes nationaux . 

— Op. 61, 3 Melodies elegantes . 

— Op. 65, 3 Airs italiens . . . 
Jadassohn, Op. 31, 4 Fantasiestucke 

— Op. 49, 6 Pieces 

Jaell, Op. 14, Danse des Fees . . 

— Op. 20, Norma 

— Op. 24, Home, sweet Home . 

— Op. 35, Tannhäuser A Lohengrin 

— Op. 129, Valse de Faust. . . 
Jensen, Op. 8, Romant. Studies. 2 B. each 

— Op. 17, Wanderbilder. 2 Vol. each 

— Op. 17 No. 3, The Mill .... 

— Op. 32, 25 Etudes. 3 Books, each 

— Op. 32 No. 9, Serenade .... 

— Op. 48, Erinnerungen, 6 Pieces 
Kalkbrenner, 22 Select Studies . . . 

— 6 Favorite Pieces 

Kirchner, Op. 21, Aquarellen. 2 B. each 

— Op. 23, 12 Waltzes. 2 Books each 
Köhler, Op. 218, Exercises for Children 

— Op. 243. Kinderfreund. 60 Easy 
Pieces for Children. 2 Books each 

— Op. 300, Practical Piano Method . 
MB" Complete School for the beginners 

& advanced pupils containing also 
popular db operatic Melodies ,Marches, 
HFDances <fc Compositions by Bach, 
Moxart, Beethoven &c. 

— The same Vol. I 

— Op. 302. School for the Left Hand 

— Etuden-Album. 64 Progr. Studies by 
Bertini, Clementi, Czerny, Cramer, 
Jensen, Chopin. 2 Vols. . . each 

— 60 Popular Melodies 

— 47 Operatic Melodies 

— 34 March- A Dance-Melodies . . 

— Menuet-Album (16 classic Menuets) 
Kuhlau, 19 Sonatinas. 2 Vols. . each 

— 9 Rondos 

Kullak, Love Song 

Lanner-Album. 10 Favorite Waltzes . 
Left Hand, Album for the (Ruthardt) 
Lemolne, Op. 37, Etudes enfantines . 
Leschetizky, Op. 24, 2 Mazurkas . . 
Liederschatz. 190 popular Songs (Horn) 
Liszt, Preludes et Fugues for Organ 

by Bach, arranged . 2 B. each 

— Ave verum (Mozart) 

— Frühlingsnacht (Schumann) . . . 

— Löse, Himmel, meineSeele (Lassen) 

— Hungarian Fantasia (Billow) . . 

— Soirees de Vienne. 2 Vols. . each 

— Schubert-Lieder (12 Songs) . . . 

— Valse-Impromptu 

— The same simplified 

— Ernani. Paraphrase 

— Rigoletto. Paraphrase .... 

— Trovatore. Paraphrase .... 
Loeschhorn, Op. 38, 30 Etudes. 3 B. , each 

— Op. 52, 30 Etudes m^lod. 3 B., each 

— Op. 176, School of Octaves . . . 

— Op. 177, School of Scales . . . 

— Op. 181, Studies f .Children.2V. each 

— Technical Studies 

— Classic Album for the Young. (Bach, 
Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven) . . 

— Romantic Album for the Young. 
(Mendelssohn, Schumann, Chopin) 

March-Album (Spindler) 

Marches (Army-Marches) (Vogel) . . 

0CT masters for the Young 

(easy, without octaves) (Ruthardt) 

Haydn, Mozart 

Beethoven, Schubert ...... 

Mendelssohn, Schumann 

Weber, Schubert 

Chopin 

Mayer, Op. 55 A 61, Studies. . each 

— Op. 119, Studies 

— Album for the Young 

— Op. 168, New School of Velocity 

— The same, Book I to IV . each 

— Op. 340, 25 easy Exercises . . 

— Salon-Pieces 

Melodien-Album. (Köhler): 

60 Popular Melodies 

47 Operatic Melodies 

34 March- A Dance Melodies . . 
Melodien-Album. (Felix): 

120 Popular Melodies 

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Mendelssohn, Piano Works. 5 Vols. : 

I. 48 Songs without Words (Kullak) 
The same (Kullak). Superior Edition 
The same, in 8° (Roitzsch) . . . 

— 12 Songs without Words for the 
Young (Ruthardt) 

II. Caprice. Op. 5; 7 Pieces Op. 7; 
Rondo caprice. Op.14; 3 Fant. Op.16; 
3 Caprices Op. 33; 6 Pieces Op. 72 
The same (Kullak). Superior Edition 
IH. Fantasia Op.28; 6 Fugues Op.35; 
Variations Op. 64, 82, 83; Scherzos 
The same (Kullak). Superior Edition 

IV. 2 Concerts A 3 Concert-Pieces 
The same (Kullak). Superior Edition 

V. Supplement. 3 Sonatas Op. 6, 
105, 106; 3 Preludes Op. 104; 
Op. 15, 117, 118, 119; — Barcarole ; 

2 Sketches 

The same. Superior Edition . . 
Album. 11 Songs without Words, 
Rondo Op. 14, 3 Fantasias Op. 16 Ac. 

— Favorite Works : 48 Songs without 
Words,Rondo Op.14, 3 Fantasias Ac 
2 Symphonies (Scotch A Italian) . 
45 Songs (Horn) 

— 12 Songs (Kirchner) 

13 Duets (Horn) 

— 42 Choruses (Horn) 

— 5 Marches 

— Pieces f. the Young (Ruthardt) 
Menuet-Album. (Menuets by Haydn, 

Mozart, Beethoven Ac.) (Köhler). 
Meyerbeer, March from the Prophet 
and Dance with flambeaux B i> . . 

— see: Spindler, Operatic Album, 
Vol. HI 

Modern Masters of the Pianoforte 
(Jensen,Raff,Tschaikowsky, Rubin- 
stein, Grieg, Moszkowski) . . . 

Moscheles, Op. 51, 3 Etudes .... 

MoszkowsUi, 

— Op. 12, 6 Spanish Dances . . . 
Op. 37, Caprice espagnol .... 

— Op. 40, Scherzo Valse, Gb . . . 
Op. 41, Gondoliers, Gm 

— Op. 42, 8 Morceaux po€tiqnes . . 
Op. 45 No. 1, Polonaise, DJ>. . . 

— Op. 45 No. 2, Guitarre, G. . . . 

— Op. 48, 2 Concertstudies . . each 

— Op. 60, Suite pour Piano . . . 

— Op. 60 No. 3, Capriccio .... 

— Op. 61, Dance with flambeaux . . 

— Op. 52, 6 Fantasiestücke. 2 Bks. each 

— Valse brillante, AJ> 

— Boabdil, Introduction . . . . 

- Moorish-March as Concertpiece 

Entrance-March ...... 

Scherzo-Waltz as Concertpiece 

Malaguena 

Melodies, 2 Vols. . . . each 

Ballet - Music , (MalagueSa, 

Scherzo -Waltz, Moorish Fant.) 
Mozart, 18 Sonatas (Köhler A Schmidt) 

— The same. Popular Edition . 

— The same. Superior Edition . 

— 10 Pieces (Köhler A Schmidt) . 

— Variations ( do. do. ) . 

— 7 Concerts (Dörffel A Schmidt) 

— 6 Symphonies (Horn) .... 

— Quartets (14 Favorite Movements) 

— Quintets (12 do. do. ) 

— Album. 12 Select Pieces . . . 

— Pieces f. the Young (Ruthardt) 
Müller, Pieces instructives . . . . 

— 6 Grands Caprices 

National-Album: 

English Album (Kleinmichel) . . 

French Album ( do. ) . . 

Russian Album ( do. ) . . 

Hungarian Album (Behr) . . . 
National Hymns (Spindler) .... 
Operatic-Album (Spindler) Vol. I . . 

— Vol. n 

Vol. HI 



Pianoforte - Album. 20 Celebrated 
Compositions by Dussek , Field, 
Hummel, Mendelssohn, Schubert, 
Weber 

Raff, Op. 55, Spring Messengers, 
12 Pieces. 2 Vols each 

— Op. 55 No. 12, At Evening . 

— Op. 79, Cachoucha-Caprice . 

— Op. 91, Suite, Dm., complete 

— Op. 91 No. 4, March, D . . 

— Op. 94, Impromptu- Valse 

— Op. 95, Polka de la Reine . 

— The same simplified ... 

— Op. 99, 3 Sonatinas, Am., G,C each 

— Op 104, Le Galop .... 

— Op. 106, Fantaisie-Polonaise 
Reinecke, Op. 183, 5Seicnad. 2B. each 
Rheinberger, Op. ISO, Characteristic 

Pieces. 2 Books .... each 
Ries, Concert Op. 55, C|m. vKoitzseh) 



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Rondo- Album. (12 Rondos by Clement!, 

Kublau, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven) 

Rubinstein, Op. 12, Sonata, E . . . 

— Op. 23, 6 Etudes 

— Op. 23 No. 2, Etude, C 

— Op. 26, Concert, Em 

— Album. (Melodies, Tarantelle Ac.) 
Ruthardt, 35 Preparatory Studies to 

Köhler'g "Etuden-Album" . . . 
Salnt-Saens, Gavotte Op. 23; Mazurkas 

Op. 21, 24, 66 

Salon - Album. (The most favourite 

Drawing- Boom Pieces). 17 Vols. 

I. (Pieces by Arditi, Badarzewska, 

Goria, Kontski, Leybach,W61y, 

Richards) (easy) 

II: (Pieces by Jaell, Jungmann, 
Richards, Voss) (easy) . . . 

III. (Pieces by Grieg, Jaell, Jensen, 
Liszt, Moszkowski) (easy) . . 

IV. (Pieces by Jungmann, Oesten, 
Spindler) (easy) 

V. (Pieces by Raff) 

VI. (Transcriptions by Raff) . . 
VII. (Pieces by Bülow, Liszt, Tausig, 

Rubinstein) 

VIII/IX. (Transcriptions by Jaell) ea. 

X. (Transcriptions by Voss) . . 

XI. (Pieces by Kafka, Krug, Oesten, 

Spindler, Voss) (very easy) 
XII. (Pieces by Egghard, Kafka, 
Krug, Tedesco) (very easy) . 

XIII. (Pieces by Kühe, Voss, Spindler) 
(easy) 

XIV. (Pieces by Raff) 

XV. (Pieces by Bendel, Spindler) . 

XVI. (Pieces by Bendel , Jensen, 

Kirchner) 

XVII. (Pieces by Grieg, Moszkowski, 

Scharwenka) 

Scarlatti, 18 Pieces (BDlow) .... 
Scharwenka, X., Op. 38, 5 Pieces . . 

— Op. 40, 2 Polish Dances .... 

— Op. 42, Polonaise, I'm 

— Op. 43, Album. 2 Books , . each 

— Op. 47, 4 Polish Dances .... 

— Op. 48, Andante A Variations . . 

— Op. 49, 2 Menuets 

— Op. 50, 6 FantaBiest. 2 Books each 

— Op. 51 No. 1, Tarantella, Gm . . 

— Op. 51 No. 2, Polonaise, C|m . . 

— Op. 62, 2 Sonatinas, Em., B[> each 
Schmitt, J., Op. 248, 249, 8 Sonatinas 

— Musical Casket 

Schubert, 10 Sonatas (Köhler ASchmidt) 

— Fantasias, Impromptus A Momens 
musicals (Köhler & Schmidt) . . 

— The same. Elegant Edition . . 

— The same. Superior Edition . . 

— Supplement. (Posthumous Works) 

— Dances, complete 

— 80 Songs, arranged (Horn) 
4 Vols each 

— 2 Quartets, Am. A Dm. (Jadassohn) 

— Octet A Quintets, compl. (Stark) . 

— Symphony, C (Ulrich) .... 

— Symphony, Bm. (Jadassohn) . . 

— 16 Marches (Jadassohn) .... 

— 10 Polonaises (Jadassohn) . . . 

— Rosamond (Jadassohn) .... 

— Album. 22 Select Pieces . . . 

— Pieces f. the Young (Ruthardt) 
Schulhoff, Op. 30, Mazurka; Op. 33, 

Impromptu-Polka; Op.48,Valse brill. 

Schumann, Complete Works (Dörffel A 

Schmidt). 6 Vols each 

— The same, in 31 Books 
Album for the Young Op. 68; . 

Scenes of Childhood Op. 15 

Album Leaves Op. 124 . . . 

Bunte Blätter Op. 99 . . . 

Arabeske Op. 18; Blumenstück 
Op. 19 

Forest Scenes Op. 82; Roman- 
ces Op. 28 

Davidsbündlcr Op. 6 . . . 

Carnaval Op. 9 

Novelletten Op. 21 ... . 

Fantasiestücke Op. 12 . . . 

Kreisleriana Op. 16 ... . 

Humoreske Op. 20 ... . 

Carnaval's Jest fr. Vienna Op.26 

Etudes symphonies Op. 13 A 
posthumous | o 

Fantasia Op. 17 

Variations Op.l; Papillons Op.2 

Toccata Op. 7 ; Allegro Op. 8 . 

Intermezzi Op. 4 

Impromptus Op. 5 . . . . 

4 Pieces Op . 32 ; 4 Fugues Op .72 

Nocturnes Op. 23 ; Fantasias 
Op. Ill 

Marches Op. 76 

Fughett.Op.12G, 

Studies aftcrPaga 

Sonatas for the Young Op 



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Piano Solo. 

Schumann , Sonatas Op. 11 A 22, 

F|m., Gm each 

Concert Op. 14, Fm 

Concert Op. 64 

Concert Pieces Op. 92 A 134 . I < - 
Scherzo, Presto, Canon . . 

— Album for the Young Op. 68, 

Superior Edition 

— Album. Select Works (R. Schmidt) 

— 4 Symphonies (Horn 4 Kirchner) 

— Overture, Scherzo A Finale Op. 52 

— Quintet Op. 44 (Kirchner) . . . 

— Andante A Variations Op. 46 . . 

— Oriental Pictures Op. 66 (Kirchner) 

— Bouquet of Songs Op. 39 (do.) 

— Woman's Love Op. 42 (do.) 

— Poet's Love Op. 48 (Kirchner) 

— Select Songs (Horn) 

— Faust-Fantasia 

— Pieces f. the Young (Ruthardt) 
Seeling, Loreley 

— Concertstudies 

Slndlng, Op. 24, 5 Pieces. 2 Bks. each 

— Op. 26, 7 Pieces. 2 Books . each 
Sonaten - Album. (Sonatas by Haydn, 

Mozart , Beethoven) (Köhler.) 

2 Vols each 

Sonatlnen-Album Vol. I (Sonatinas, 
Rondos, Pieces byClementi,Kuhlau, 
Haydn, Mozart Ac.) (Köhler) . 
The same. Sonatinas No. 1 — 15 
Sonatlnen-Album Vol. II (Köhler) . 
Spindler, Op. 6, Frisches Grün. . 

— Op. 6, Wellenspiel 

— Op. 254, Silberbächlein . . . 

— March-Album (9 favorite Marches) 

— National-Hymns 

— Operatic-Album. Vol.1. (Don Juan, 
Figaro, Magic Flute, Fidelio Ac). 

— Vol. II. (Weisse Dame, Martha, 
Lucia, Regimentstochter, Rigoletto, 
Trovatore) 

— Vol. III. (Meyerbeer: Robert, Huge- 
notten, Prophet, Afrikanerin, 
Dinorah-Schattentanz) 

— Transcriptions - Album. (12 Songs 
A Marches by Mozart, Beethoven, 
Schubert, Mendelssohn, Schumann) 

Stelbelt, Op. 78, 25 Etudes .... 
Strauss- Album. The most favorite 

Dances by Johann, Josef A Eduard 

Strauss. 9 Vols. 

I. (Blaue Donau , Sängerlust Ac.) 
II. (Morgenblätter, Pizzicato Ac.) 

III. (Wienerwald Ac.) 

IV. (Künstler- Leben, Neu-Wien Ac.) 
V. (1001 Nacht, Manuscripte Ac.) 

VI. (Wiener Blut Ac.) 

VII. (Du und Du Ac.) 

VIII. (O schöner Mai Ac.) .... 

IX. (Schatz -Walzer Ac.) .... 

Strauss- Album for the Young. 35 select 

Dances simplified. 3 Books . each 

Strauss (The elder), 12 Favorite Dances 

Suppe, 6 Marches (Boccaccio-, Faü- 

nitza-, Juanita-Marsch Ac.) . . . 

Tausig, Waltz-Caprices, after Strauss: 

3 Vols each 

Tschalkowsky see: Modem Masters of 
the Pianoforte 



Verdi, Trovatore, FantaBia (Felix) . 

— Ernani, Paraphrase (Liszt) 

— Rigoletto, Paraphrase (do.) 

— Trovatore, Paraphrase (do.) 
Voss, Op. 95, Pluie de Perles . . 

— Op. 161, Ecume de Champagne 
Wagner, Kaisermarsch (Ulrich) . . 

— The same, Concert Ed. (Tausig) 

— Rienzi. Fantasia (Ollivier) . . 

— Flying Dutchman, (do.) . . 

— Tannhäuser. (do.) . . 

— Lohengrin. . (do.) . . 

— Meistersinger. (do.) . . 

— Tristan. Fantasia. (Kogel) . . 

— Rheingold. (do.) . . 

— Walküre. (do.) . . 

— Siegfried. (do.) . . 
Weber, Piano Works (KöhlerASchmidt) 

— The same in 3 Vols. : 

I. 4 Sonatas. Complete . . . . 

II. 7 Pieces A Concertstück . . . 

The same. Superior Edition . 

in. Variations A Concerts . . . 

— Album. 6 Original Compositions, 
11 Transcriptions by Kirchner . . 

— Pieces f. the Young (Ruthardt) 

Wleck, Studies 

Wilm, Op. 81, 24 easy Pieces. 

2 Books each 

Wohlfahrt, Op. 88, Popular Method . 



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Overtures for 2 Hands. 

Beethoven, 11 Overtures 

Bellini. Rossini, Overtures 

Boieldieu, Herold, Auber, Spontini, Overt. 

Cherubini, 8 Overtures 

Donizetti, Kreutzer, Nicolai, Overtures 

Flotow, 5 Overtures (Martha Ac.) . . 

Gluck, Haydn, Mehul, Paer, Overtures 

Marschner, 3 Overtures 

Mendelssohn, 10 Overtures . . . . 

Mozart, 10 Overtures 

Schubert, Spohr, Overtures . . . . 

Schumann, 7 Overtures 

Suppe, Overtures. Vol. I. (Dichter 
und Bauer. Die schöne Galathg, 
Flotte Bursche Ac.) 

— Vol. II. Pique Dame. Banditen- 
streiche. Ein Morgen, ein Mittag, 
ein Abend in Wien Ac.) . . . . 

Weber, 10 Overtures 

Album of Overtures. 4 Vols. . . each 
I. 12 Overtures (Auber, Bellini, 

Boieldieu, Rossini). 
II. 10 Overtures (Beethoven, Cheru- 
bini,Cimarosa,Gluck, Schubert). 

III. 12 Overtures (Mozart, Weber). 

IV. 6 Overtures (Reissiger, Spohr, 
Spontini, Nicolai). 

Scores for 2 Hands. 

(Complete Operas Ac. without Words.) 

Adam, Postilion 

Auber, Masaniello (Muette) . . . . 

— Mason A Locksmith (Macon) . . 
Bach, St. Matthew-Passion . . . . 
Beethoven, Fidelio 

— Egmont 

— Ruins of Athens 

— Prometheus 

Bellini, Norma 

— Soninambula 

— Puritani 

— Romeo 

Boieldieu, Dame blanche 

— Jean de Paris 

Cherubinl, Water Carrier (2 Journees) 
Donizetti, Lucia 

— L'Elisir d'Amore 

— Lucrczia Borgia 

— La Fille du Regiment 

Flotow, Martha 

— Stradella 

Gluck, Armide 

— Orpheus 

— Alceste 

— Iphigenia in Aulis 

— Iphigenia auf Tauris 

Halevy, Jüdin 

Händel, Messiah 

Haydn, Creation 

— Seasons 

Herold, Zampa 

Kreutzer, Night in Granada . . . . 
Lortzlng, Zar 

— Waffenschmied 

— Undine 

— Wildschütz 

Marschner, Hans Heiling 

Mehul, Joseph 

Mendelssohn, St. Paul 

— Elijah 

— Midsummer Night's Dream . . . 

— Hymn of Praise (Lobgesang) . . 

— Antigone 

— Athalia 

Meyerbeer, Robert der Teufel . . . 

— Hugenotten 

— Prophet 

— Afrikanern! 



Moszkowski, Boabdil. . . . 
Mozart, Don Juan .... 

— Figaro 

— Magic Flute (Zauberflöte) 

— Seraglio 

— Titus 

— Cosi fan tutte .... 

— Requiem 

Nicolai, Merry Wives . . . 
Rossini, Barber of Seville . . 

— Othello 

Schubert, Rosamunde . . . 
Schumann, Paradise and Peri 

— Genovcva 

— Pilgrimage of the Rose . 

— Manfred 

— Faust 

Spohr, Jessonda 

Verdi, Trovatore 

— Rigoletto 

— La Traviata 

Weber, Freischütz .... 

— Obcron 

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1323 

1979 

2442 

2440a 

2440b 

2441 

2443a 

2443b 

2649 

1060/1 

2515a/b 

1005 

2718 

2430 

1439 

2505 

2719 

2700 

2419 

2056 

2156 

2266 

2432 

2663 

2659 

2697 

2698 

2695a/b 

2591 

186a|d 

993a/b 

994a/d 

2752 

2596 

725 

1325 

2473 

1062 

1006 

728 

1980 

1382b 

1011 

2136 

2752 
2753 
2754 

1404a 
1404b 
1404c 

2020 
2021 
1715 
1716a 
1716b 
1717 
1718 
1719 
1720 
1721 
1722/23 
1784 
1788 
2754 
2775 

2465 
2125 
2228 

2748 
2777 
2620 
2621 



Piano ]>uets 

(4 Hands). 

Arrangements by 

Horn, Kirchner, Ruthardt, Ulrich Ac. 

Bach, Organ Compositions. 2 V., each 

— 3 Suites (Symphonies) . . . 

— Suite for Orchestra No. 4, D . 

— Favorite Pieces 

Bach, Ph. E., Symphony, D . . . 
Bach, W. F., Concert for Organ, arr. 
Beethoven, Original Compositions, cpl 

— 9 Symphonies. 2 Vols. . . each 

— 11 Sonatas for Violin. 4 Vols., each 

— 5 Sonatas for Cello. 2 Vols., each 

— 7 String-Trios. 2 Vols. . . each 

— 7 Piano-Trios. 2 Vols. . . each 

— 17 String-Quart. 7 Vols. . . each 

— 3 String-Quintets 

— Piano-Quintet A 2 Sextets . . . 

— Septet Op. 20 

— 7 Cone. A Fant. Op.80. 5Vols.,each 

— Pieces f. the Young (Ruthardt) 
Behr, Csärdäs-Album (9 Hungar.Danc.) 
Bertlnl, Op. 97, 25 Etudes (easy) . . 
Brahms, 21 Hung. Dances. 2V., each 
Bungert, Op. 16, German Bounds . . 
Chopin, 8 Waltzes, 20 Mazurkas, each 

— 4 Polonaises, 6 Nocturnes . each 
Clement!, 4 Sonatas 

— 6 Sonatinas Op. 36, arr. (Fingered) 
Diabelli, 28 Melodious Studies Op. 149 

— 5 Sonatinas Op. 24, 54, 58, 60 

— 6 Sonatinas Op. 163 . . . 

— 2 Sonat. mignonnes Op. 150 

— 3 Sonatas Op. 32, 33, 37 . . 

— 2 Sonatas Op. 38, 73 . . . 

Dvorak, Polonaise 

Enke, Op. 6 4 8, Melodious Exercises 

on 5 Notes. 2 Books . . . each 
Fuchs, Op. 48, Dream Visions 2 V., each 
Gade, Op. 18, 3 Marches .... 
Goldmark, Op. 45, Scherzo . . . 
Grieg, Op. 11, Concert Overture 

— Op. 14, 2 Pieces symphoniques 

— Op. 16, Concert, Am. ... 

— Op. 19 No. 2, Bridal procession 

— Op. 27, Quartet 

— Op. 34, 2 Elegiac Melodies . 

— Op. 35, Norwegian Dances . 

— Op. 37, Walzer-Capricen . . 

— Op. 40, Holberg-Suite . . . 

— Op. 46, Peer Gynt-Suite I . 

— Op. 55, Peer Gynt-Suite II 

— Op. 55 No. 2, Arabian Dance 

— Op. 56, Sigurd Jorsalfar . . 

— Op. 56 No. 3, Triumphal March 
Händel,2Conc.Dm.AF.f.String-Orch 

— 6 Organ Concerts, arranged . 
Haydn, 24 Symphonies. 4 Vols., each 

— 8 Piano-Trios. 2 Vols. . . each 

— 15 String-Quartets. 4 Vols., each 

— Pieces f. the Young (Ruthardt) 
Hlller, Op. 106, Operet without Text 
Hummel, Original Compositions . . 

— Septet Op. 74 

Jensen, Op. 18, 3 Duets .... 
Kalliwoda, Op. 27 A 169, Gr. Valses 
Kiel, Op. 6, 2 Sonatinas .... 
Kuhlau, Op. 44 A 66, 6 Sonatinas . 

— Op. 20, 3 Sonatinas arr. (Fingered) 
Lanner-Album. 6 Favorite Waltzes . 
Loeschhorn, Op. 51, 12 easy Pieces 

— O p. 182, 10 Duets for Children 
p®" Masters for the Young 

Haydn, Mozart . . (Ruthardt) 

Beethoven, Schubert (do.) 

Mendelssohn, Schumann (do.) 
RIelodien-Album. (Köhler) : 

55 Popular Melodies . . . 

47 Operatic Melodies . . . 

34 March- A Dance-Melodies 
Melodien- Album. (Felix): 

120 Popular Melodies . . . 

58 Operatic Melodies . . . 

Mendelssohn, Original Compositions 

— 2Symphon., Am., A (Scotch Altai. 

— 3 Symphonies (Cm., B|>, Dm.) 

— Octet Op. 20 

— 2 String-Quintets Op. 18, 87 

— 4 String-Quartets Op. 12, 44 

— 2 Piano-Trios Op. 49, 66 . . 

— Piano - Concerts A Violin - Concert 

— 45Songs,36Songs without Words, ea, 

— 5 Marches 

— 3 Preludes A Fugues for Organ, arr, 

— Pieces f. theYoung (Ruthardt) 
Meyerbeer, March from the Prophet 

and Dance with flambeaux B|> 
Moszkowski, Op. 8, 5 Waltzes 

— Op. 12, 5 Spanish Dances . . 

— Op. 43, Cortege A Gavotte . . 

— Op. 51, Dance with flambeaux . 

— Op. 55. Polish Dances . . . 

— Boabdil, Marches 

Ballet - Music (Malaguefia , 

Scherzo -Waltz, Moorish Fant.) 



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996 

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999a/c 
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1978a 

1978b 

2561a/b 
2562 
2720 

2132 
1109a/b 

2058 

2059 

2165a/b 

155a/c 

155d 

2016 

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770 

771 

772 

773 

1892 

127 

768 

2753 

2347 

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139 

2358 

1395a/b 

138 

1950/3 



110 

381 

111/2 

378 

382 

113/4 

115 

379 

377 

380 

116 

1815 

1375 

1132 

1133 

1134/5 

118 



Piano Duets. 

Mozart, Original Compositions, compl. 

— 12 Symphonies. 2 Vols. . . each 

— 7 Piano-Trios. 2 Vols. . . each 

— Piano-Quartets A Quintet . . . 

— 10 String -Quartets. 3 Vols., each 

— 6 String-Quintets. 2 Vols. . each 

— 6 Piano-Concerts. 3 Vols. . each 

— Pieces f. theYoung (Ruthardt) 
Onslow, 2 Sonatas, Em., Fm. . . . 
Pianoforte-Album : 

I. 12 Duets by Haydn, Mozart, Kuhlau, 
Clementi, Beethoven, Weber . . 

II. 14 Pieces by Haydn, Mozart, Schu- 
bert, Chopin, Mendelssohn, arr. . 

Raff, Op. 82, 12 Duets. 2 Vols., each 

— Op. 82 No. 12, Tarantelle . . . 
Ruthardt, Master and Pupil. 

Exercises and Pieces for Beginners 
Saint-Saens, 4 Poemes symphoniques 
Salon-Album, (New). (10 Pieces by Grieg, 

Hoszkowski, Dvorak etc.) 2 Vols each 
Scharwenka,X., Op. 41, Suite deDanses 

— Op. 44, Waltzes 

Schmitt, J., 8 Sonatinas. 2 Vols., each 
Schubert, Orig. Compos. 3 Vols., each 

— Supplement. (Posthumous Works) 

— Album (30 Original Compositions) 

— 16 Marches, complete 

— 10 Polonaises, complete . . . . 

— 80 Songs, arr. 4 Vols. . . . each 

— Dances, arr. complete 

— Trios Op. 99, 100 

— Op. 29, Am. Op. posth. Dm. Quart. 

— Quintets Op. 114, 163 

— Octet Op. 166 

— 4 Symphonies (C, Cm., B[>, Bm.) 

— Symphony, C 

— Unfinished Symphony, Bm. . . 

— Pieces f. theYoung (Ruthardt) 
Schumann, 33 Duets Op. 66, 85, 109, 130 

— Impressions of the East . . . . 

— 4 Symphonies 

— Overture, Scherzo A Finale . . . 

— Piano Quintet Op. 44 .... . 

— Piano Quartet Op. 47 

— 3 String Quartets Op. 41 . . . . 

— Piano Trio Op. 63 

— Andante A Variations Op. 46 . . 

— Piano Concert Op. 54 

— Scenes of Childhood Op. 15 . . . 

— Album for the Young Op. 68 . . 

— Pieces f. theYoung (Ruthardt) 
Striding, Op. 21, Symphony in Dm. . 

Smetana, Quartet 

Spindler, Op. 296, 6 Sonatinas, each 
Spohr, Nocturne Op. 34, arr. . . . 
Strauss-Album I. (For Cont. see 2 Hds.) 

— do. II. to V (do.) each 

— do. VI. toVIH (do.) each 
Strauss (The elder), 12 Favorite Dances 

Suppe, 6 Marches 

Wagner, Kaisermarsch, arr 

Weber, Orig. Compositions, complete 

— Pieces Op. 21, 62, 65, 72, arr. . . 

— Concertstilck Op. 79 

Wohlfahrt, Op. 87, Children's Friend . 

Overtures for 4 Hands. 



Beethoven, 11 Overtures 

Bellini, Rossini, 8 Overtures . . . . 
Boieldieu, Herold, Auber, 8 Overtures 

Cherubini, 8 Overtures 

Donizetti, Kreutzer, Nicolai, 3 Overtures 

Flotow, 5 Overtures 

Gluck, Haydn, Mehul, Paer, 8 Overtures 

Marschner, 3 Overtures 

Mendelssohn, 10 Overtures . . . . 

Mozart, 10 Overtures 

Schubert, Spohr, Lindpaintner, 8 Overt. 

Schumann, 7 Overtures 

Suppe, 12 Overtures. 2 Vols. . . each 

Weber, 10 Overtures 

Album of 40 Overtures. 4 Vols., each 
For Contents see Overt. 2 Hands. 

Scores for 4 Hands. 

Auber, Masaniello (Muette) . . . . 
Bach, St. Matthew-Passion . . . . 
Beethoven, Fidelio, Egmont . . each 

— Ruins of Athens 

— Missa solemnis 

Bellini, Norma, Somnambula . each 
Boieldieu, Dame blanche 

— Jean de Paris ... .... 

Cherublni, Water Carrier (2 Journees) 
Cimarosa, Matrimonio segreto . . . 
Donizetti, Lucia 

— La Fills du Regiment 

Flotow, Martha ... . . . . 

Gluck, Orpheus 

Händel, Messiah 

Haydn, Creation, Seasons . . . each 
Herold, Zampa 



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75 



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50 



No. 



1945 

2049 

2050 

1725/6 

1727 

1728 

1729 

1739 

119/20 

121 

122 

1329 

1942 

123 

1485 

2359 

2360 

2361 

1075 

1359 

124 

125 

117 

1102 



2200ajb 

1914 

1982 

2494 

2164b 

2490a/d 
2468 
1187b 
1327 
2212 
2563 
1898 
1171 
2362 



2230a/h 
2230i 
1405 
1406 

2272a/b 

1794a/b 
1730 
1785 
1407 

2273 a/c 
1866a 
1866b 

2363a/d 
2364 
1226 
1408 



228a 
2516 
1078 
1079 
1080 
2062 



283 

1381 

1985 

1897a/b 

1897c 

2031a/b 

2127a/c 

2692a/b 

284 

1819a/c 

2593 

2594 

2640 

2118 

1984 

2109 

2211 

281 

19S3 

1472 

2500 

1867 

1936 

2564 

2722a 



Scores for 4 Hands. 

Kreutzer, Night in Granada . . . . 
Lortzing, Zar und Zimmermann . . 

— Waffenschmied 

Mendelssohn, St. Paul, Elijah . each 

— Midsummer Night's Dream . . . 

— Walpurgis Night 

— Athalia 

— Hymn of Praise (Lobgesang) . . 
Mozart, Don Juan, Figaro . . each 

— Magic Flute (Zauberflöte) . . . 

— Elopement (Entführung) . . . . 

— Requiem 

Nicolai, Merry Wives 

Rossini, Barber of Seville 

Schubert, Rosamunde 

Schumann, Paradise and Peri . • . 

— Genoveva 

— Faust 

Spohr, Jessonda 

Verdi, Trovatore 

Weber, Freischütz 

— Oberon 

— Euryanthe 

— Preciosa 



Two Pianos 4 Hands. 



each 



Bach, 2 Concerts, C, Cm. 

Chopin, Rondo Op. 73 

Clementi, 2 Sonatas 

Grieg, Op. 51, Romance AVariations 

— 2d Piano to his Concert Op. 16 . 

— 2d Piano to 4 Sonat. by Mozart, each 
Kirchner, Op. 86, 7 Waltzes . . . . 
fLIszt, Hungarian Fantasia (in Score) 
Mozart, Original Compositions . . . 

— Concert, E^ 

Raff, Op. 82 No. 12, Tarantelle . . 
Reinecke, Op. 125, Gluck's Gavotte . 
fRubinstein, Op. 25, Concert (in Score) 
Schumann, Andante A Variations Op. 46 

t Solos with Ace. of a 2d Piano. 



Two Pianos 8 Hands. 

Beethoven, 8 Symphonies (Kirchner) ea. 

— Symphony No. 9, Dm 

— Septet Op. 20 

— 4 Overtures 

Haydn, 6 Symphonies (Kirchner) 2V. ea. 
Mendelssohn, 2 Symphonies, Am. , A, ea. 

— 5 Overtures 

— Wedding March A Athalia - March 
Mozart, 4 Overtures 

— 3 Symphonies, C, Gm., Ep, each 
Schubert, Symphony, C (Kirchner) . 

— Unfinished Symph., Bm. (Kirchner) 
Schumann, 4 Symphonies (Kirchner) ea. 

— Overtures Genoveva and Manfred 

Wagner, Kaisermarsch 

Weber, 4 Overtures 



Violin. 

Violin Schools & Solos. 

Bach, 6 Sonatas (Hellmesberger) . 
*Casortl, Technic of the Bow . . 
Dancla, Op. 68, 15 Etudes faciles . 

— Op. 73, 20 Etudes brill, et caract 

— Op. 74, Ecole du Mecanisme 
Etuden-Album. 40 Studies by Dancla 

Fiorillo, Kreutzer, Mazas, Rode Ac 

(Hermann) 

Fiorillo, 36 Etudes (Hermann) . 
Gavinies, 24 Matine"es (Hermann) 
*Griinwald, First Studies . . . 
*Hermann, Violin-School. 2 Vols., each 
* — 2d Violin to the same ... 
*— Op. 20, 100 Studies for Beginners 

2 Vols each 

* — School of Scales. 3 Vols. . each 
Hohmann,Violin-School,Vol.IAIIeach 
Kreutzer, 40 Etudes (Hermann) . . 
Mazas, Op. 36, 75 Studies. 3 Vols., each 

— Op. 80, 8 easy Melodies (Herrn.) 

— Op. 81, 8 Melodies (Hermann) . . 

— Petite Methode (Hermann) . . . 
Melodien- Album. 67 Favorite Melodies 
Paganini, 24 Caprices (Becker) . . . 
Petri, 5 Etudes d'Artistes . . . . 
Rode, 12 Studies (Hermann). . . . 

— 24 Caprices (David) 

Rode, Kreutzer, Baillot, Violinschule . 
Rust, 2d Sonata, B|, (Singer) . . . 
*Spohr, Violin-School (Schröder) . . 
Strauss, Joh., Jos. & Ed., 30 Dances . 
Strauss (.The elder! & Lanner, IS Dances 
Vieuxtemps, Op. 16, 6 Concert Studies 
Violin-Album for Beginners .... 

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Violine solo. 

Bach, 6 Sonaten. 
Fiorlllo, 36 Etüden. 
Gaviuies, Etoilon. 
GrHnwald, Die ersten Hebungen. 
Hermann, aa$~ Violinschnle. 

— 2. Violine zur Violinschule. 

— 100 Etüden für Anfanger Op. 20. 

— Tonleiter- und Lagenschule. 
Kreutzer. 40 Etüden. 

Mazas, Op. 36 I Etudes special. 

— Op. 36 II Etudes brillantes. 

— Op. 36 III Etudos d'Artistes. 

— Op. 80, 8 Melodies faciles. 

— Op. 81, 8 Melodies, 
l'agunini. 24 Capricen. 
Kode, 12 Etüden. 

— 24 Capricen. 

Rode,Kreutzer,Baillot:Violinsehule. 
Spohr, Violinschule. 

Strauss (Vater) u. Lanner : 18 Tänze. 
Vieuxtenips, Op. 16, 6 Etüden. 
Etuden-Album (Berühmte Etüden v. 

Mazas, Kreutzer, Rode etc.). 
Melodien-Album (Volks-, Opern- u. 

Tanzmelodien). 

2 Violinen. 



Rvuni, Op. 34, 6 Duos faciles. 
Gebauer, Duos faciles. Op. 10. 
Hauptmann, Duos Op. 2. 
Hermann,Violinschule s. Violine solo. 
Jansa, Duos Op. 46, 74, 81. 
Kalliwoda, Duos, Op. 178—181. 
Mazas, 12 petits Duos Op. 38 

— 6 Duos Op. 39. 

— Op. 40, 6 Duos brillants. 

— Op. 46, 6 Duos faciles. 

— Duos faciles Op. 60. 

— Duos faciles Op. 61. 

— Op. 62, 3 Duos progressifs. 

— Duos abecedaires Op. 85. 

— Op. 70, 12 petits Duos. 

— Op. 71, 6 D n os concertants. 
Mendelssohn, Lieder ohne Worte. 
Pleyel, Duos Op. 8, 48, 59 (David). 

— Op. 23, 24, 61, Duos. 

— 3 Duos faciles. 
Schubert, Lieder (Hermann). 
Schumann, Stücke a.d. Jugendalbum 

Op. 68. 
Spohr, Op. 3, 9, 39, 67, 148, 150, 153. 
Tiottij Duos Heft I— XIII. 
Melodien-Album Bd. I. Volksmelod. 

— Bd. H. Opernmelodien. 

— Bd. III. Marsch- u. Tanzmelodien. 
Üuverturen-Album (Ouvertüren von 

Mozart, "Weber). 

Tioline nnd Klavier. 

Bach, 2Concerte(Am. E.)(Hermann). 

— 6 Sonaten (David). 

— 6 Sonaten für Flöte oder Violine 
und Klavier (David). 

— Suite, Sonate und Fuge. 

— 6 Solo-Sonaten mit Klavier. 

— Chaconne mit Klavierbegleitung. 
Beethoven, Sämmtl. Sonateni David). 

— Sämmtl. Variat. u. Rondos (do.). 

— Concert u. Romanzen (Wilhelmj). 

— Serenade Op 8 (Hermann). 

— Sämmtl. Violoncell-Sonaten arr. 

— Horn-Sonate Op. 17 (Hermann). 

— Sämmtl. Streich-Trios (do.). 

— Quartette Op. 18 (Hermann). 

— Septett Op. 20. 

— 9 Sinfonien (Sitt). 

— Berühmte Stücke. 
Bruch, Violin-Concert Op. 26. 
Chopin, Walzer, Mazurkas .Nocturnes. 
Field, Nocturnes (Hermann). 

G olt ermau i), 2 Pieces de Salon Op. 13. 
Crrieg, Sonate I, Op. 8, Fdur. 

— Op. 12, Lyrische Stücke. 

— Sonate II, Op. 13, Gdur. 

— Op. 35, Norwegische Tänze. 

— Violoncell- Sonate Op. 36, arrang. 

— Sonate HI, Op. 45, Cmoll. 

— Op. 46, Peer Gynt-Suite I. 

— Brautzug, Carneval (Sauret). 

— Lieder (Sauret), 2 Bände. 
Händel, 6 Sonaten. 
Hauptmann, 6 Sonaten Op. 5 u. 23. 
Hauser, Op. 34, Vöglein im Baume. 

— Op. 37, 4 Lieder ohne Worte. 

— Op. 43, Ungarische Rhapsodie. 

— Op. 44, Amerikanische Rhapsodie. 
-- Op. 45, Irländische Rhapsodie. 

— Op. 47, Schottische Rhapsodie. 

— Lieder ohne Worte. 

Hii.vdn, Sämmtl. Sonaten (David). 

— 6 Sinfonien (Hermann), 2 Bde. 

— 6 Quartette (Hermann). 
Hermann, Kleine Vortragsstücke. 
Jansa, Opernfround I— XII. 
Jensen, Wanderbilder. 
Kalliwoda, Walzer, Op. 103. 
Kreutzer, Concert 13. 14, 18, 19. 
Lanncr-Album (Beliebte Walzer). 
Laub, Romanze Op. i. 

— Polonaise Op. 8. 
Mendelssohn. Concert (Becker). 

— Sonate (Heimann). 

— Sinfonie Amoll und Adur (Sitt). 



No. 



1793 
1734 
1735b 
1786 
2167 

2529 
14 
2595 
2193a/b 
1333 
1334 
1335 
2476 
1990 

1991 
2568a/e 

1094 
1095a/d 
1338 
1339 
1341 
2168a/b 
2204 
156a 
156b 
1412 
2274 
2275 
2267 
2360 

2367 
236F 

2369a/d 
2370a 
2370b 
2371 
2372 
1096 
2496 
2499 

1097a/f 

1098a/f 
2061 
1935 

1099a'b 
2569 
2570 
2571 
2572 
2573 
2574 
2575 
2576 

2577afb 
2578 

2579a/c 

2580 

2581 

2582a 

2582b 

1100a/d 

191 

2015 

1413a/c 
1348 

2280 



729a 

729b 

729c 

2028a/b 



393 
494 
1939 

1736 
392 
1449 

394 



2413 

2548 
1997 

2207 

1993 

2234a/b 

2104 

2105 

1414 
2206 

2599 

2372 



Tioline mid Khmer. 

Mendelssohn, Ausgew. Lieder (Sitt). 

— Lieder ohne Worte (Hermann). 

— Violoncell-Compositionen (do.). 

— Märsche. 
Moszkowski, Spanische 

Tänze. 

— Op. 45 No. 2, Guitarre (Sarasate). 
Mozart, Sämmtliche Sonaten. 

— Sonatinen-Sätze. 

— 2 Concerto (A u. Es) (Hermann). 

— 4 Sinfonien (Hermann). 

— 3 Quartette (do.). 

— 3 Quintette (do.). 
Nardini, 2 Sonaten. 

Paganini, Moto perpetuo, Carneval, 
Palpiti, Le Streghe (Becker). 

— Concert I (Becker). 

Baff, Op. 73, 78, 128, 129, 145, 

5 Sonaten. 
Rode, Air varie. 

— Concert 4, 6, 7, 8 (Hermann). 
Rubinstein, Op. 13, Sonate. 

— Op. 46, Violinconcert. 
Rnst, Sonate I Dmoll, (David). 
Sauret, Cavatine, Aubade mauresque. 

— Danse polonaise Op. 33. 
Schubert, Sonatinen (David). 

— Duos Op. 70, 159, 160, 162 (David). 

— Märsche. 

— Cdur-Sinfonie (Sitt). 

— Hmoll-Sinfonie (do.). 

— Ausgewählte Lieder (Sitt). 
Schumann, Fantasiestück Op. 73 

(Hermann). 

— Sonaten Op.l05u. 121 (Hermann). 

— Fantasie Op. 131 (Hermann). 

— Sämmtliche 4 Sinfonien (Sitt). 

— Ausgewählte Stücke (Sitt). 

— Stücke aus Op. 68 (Sitt). 

— Ausgewählte Lieder (Sitt). 

— Märchenbilder Op. 113 (Hermann). 
Spohr, Polonaise Op 40. 

— Op. 127, 6 Salonstücke 

— Op. 135 No. 1, Barcarole. 

— 6 Salonstücke Op 145. 

— Concert 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11. 

— 3 Adagios aus den Quatuors. 
Strauss (Vater), Beliebte Tänze. 
Tartini, Sonaten. 
Vieuxtenips, Op. 7, 3 Romanzen. 

— Op. 8, 4 Romanzen. 

— Op. 9 Hommage ä Paganini 

— Op. 17 Yankee doodle. 

— Op. 18 Fantaisie sur Norma. 

— Op. 19 Deuxieme Concert. 

— Op. 27 Fantaisie slave. 

— Op. 29 Andante et Rondo. 

— Op. 33 Bouquet americain, 2 Hefte. 

— Op. 33 No. 5 Letzte Rose. 

— Op. 34, 3 Märchen, 3 Hefte. 

— Op. 35 Fantasia appassionata. 

— Op. 38 Ballade et Polonaise. 

— Op. 43 Suite (Preludio, Minuetto, 
Aria, Gavotte). 

— Op. 43 No. 4 Gavotte. 

Viotti, Concert 22, 23, 28, 29 (Herin.). 
Weber, Sämmtl. Sonaten (David). 

— Perpetuum mobile (David). 

Klassische Stücke. 3 Bände 
Lieder-Album mit Klavier u. Violine 

(Hauptmann,Kalliwoda,Reinecke). 
Reinecke, Liebeslieder mit Violine 

und Piano 
Melodien-Album : 

— Bd. I Volksmelodien. 

— Bd. II Opemmelodien. 

— Bd. Ill Marsch- u. Tanzmelodien. 
Opern-Album. 

Ouvertüren 



für Violine und Klavier. 

Beethoven, Berühmte Ouvertüren. 
Bellini, Rossini, Berühm. Ouvertur. 
Donizetti, Kreutzer, Nicolai, 

Ouvertüren. 
Mendelssohn, Berühmte Ouvertüren 
Mozart, Beiühmte Ouvertüren. 
Suppe, Ouvertüren (Dichter und 

Bauer etc.). 
Weber, Berühmte Ouvertüren. 

Yiola. 

Beethoven, Romanzen Op. 40 u. 50 

für Piano und Viola. 
Campagnoli, 21 Caprices für Viola. 
Goltermann, Duo für Piano und 

Viola, Op. 15. 

— Duo für Piano und Viola, Op. 25. 
Hoffmeister, Etüden für Viola. 
Jansa, Duos für Viola und Violine. 
Kallhroda , 6 Nocturnes für Piano 

und Viola. 

— 2 Duos für Viola und Violine, 
Op. 208. 

Mozart, 2 Duos für Viola u. Violine. 

— Symph. concertante für Violine, 
Viola und Piano. 

Pleyel, Op. 69, 3 Duos für Violine 

und Viola. 
Schumann, MHrchenbilder für Viola 
und Pia no, Op. 113. 



No. 



2549 



2588 
1415 



238a 
2447 
2077 
2530 
2531a, b 

1417a/b 

• 2248 

2107 

1994 



2532a/c 
2169 



239 

2063 

748 

149 

748b 

1928a 

1918 

2284 
2447 
1996 

1997 

2207 

2064 

2157 

1995 

1735a 

1738 

2224 

2170 

1343ak 

2023a 

2023b 

2373 



2374 
2375 
2376 
1418a/c 
2181 



730a 
730b 



237 

231 

166a 
166b 

194 

1919 

192a/c 
753 
1345 
1740 

193 
1419 
2206 

1077a/b 

167 

1344 

1420 

1421 

2377 

2378 
2495 
1473 



2065 
294 
195a 
195b 
195c 
1405 
1346 
2192 
2489 
15 
289 
2138 



Viola. 

Silt , Op. 39 Albumblätter für Piano 
und Viola. 

— Viola- (Bratschen-) Schule. 
Spohr, Duo für Viola und Violine 

Op. 13. 

Violoncell solo. 

nach, 6 Sonaten (Grützmacher). 
Davidolt, W Violoncell-Schule. 
Dotzauer, 12 üebnngsstücke. Op.107, 

— Op 155 Violoncell-Schule. 

— Etüden, Auswahl aus Op. 47, 54, 
70, 120, 158, 160, progressiv. 

Griitzmacher. Etüden Op 38. 
Kummer, Etüden, Op. 57 (leicht). 

— Studien, Op. 106 (mittelschwer). 
Schröder, Die ersten Uebungen. 

2 Violoncelli. 



Dotzauer, Op. 52, 58, 63, 156, 159, 

Pieces pour les Commeneans. 
Romberg, 3 Sonaten Op. 43 : 

Violoncell und Klavier. 

Bach, J. S., 3 Sonaten. 
Bach, Ph. Em., Sonate. 
Beethoven, Sämmtliche Sonaten. 

— Horn-Sonate. Op. 17. 

— Sämmtliche Variationen. 
Chopin, Sonaten Op. 65, Polonaise 

Op. 3. 

— Walzer, Nocturnes etc. (Grütz- 
macher). 

Davidoff, Silhouett. Op. 41(4 Stücke). 

— S1K~ Violoncell-Schule. 
Goltermann, 2 Pieces de Salon 

Op. 13. ' 

— Duo Op. 15. 

— Duo Op. 25. 

— 4 Salonstücke Op. 96. 
Gl'ieg, Sonate Op. 36. 
Hummel, Sonate. 
Mendelssohn , Orig.-Compositionen. 

— Lieder ohne Worte (Grützmacher). 
MoSzkOWSki , Guitarre. 
Mozart, Sonate. 

Romberg, lOConcerte (Grützmacher). 

— Nationallieder Op. 42, 46, 65 fdo.). 

— Concertstücke Op. 50, 51, 61 (do.). 

Schumann, Allegro Op. 70, Fantasie- 
stücke Op. 73, Stücke im Volkston 
Op. 102. 

— Concert Op. 129 (Grützmacher). 

— Ausgewählte Stücke (do ). 

— Ausgewählte Lieder (do.). 
Klassische Stücke, 3 Bände. 
Lieder und Arien mit Klavier und 

Violoncell (Bach , Mozart, Schu- 
bort etc.). 
Melodien-Album. Band I (Volks- 
melodien). 

— Band II (Opernmelodien). 

Trios. 



Bach, Trios für 2 Violinen und 
Klavier. 

— Concert für 2 Violinen u. Klavier. 
Beethoven, Klavier- Trios Band I. 

— Klavier-Trios. Band II (Septett 
und 2. Sinfonie). 

— Sämmtliche Streich - Trios und 
Serenaden. 

Chopin. Klavier-Trio Op. 8. 
Havdn. Sämmtliche Klavier-Trios. 
H"nmmei,K)avier-Trios Op. 12.83,93. 
Kiel, Op. 33 Klavier-Trio. 
Mendelssohn, Sämmtliche Klavier- 
Trios. 
Mozart, Sämmtliche Klavier-Trios. 

— Streich-Trio Esdur 

— Symphonie concertante fürVioline, 
Viola, und Piano. 

Reissiger, Klavier-Trios. 
Schubert, Sämmtliche Klavier-Trios. 

— Nocturne Op. 148. 

— Cdur-Quintett arr. für Klavier, 
Violine und Violoncell. 

— Octett arr. für Klavier, Violine, 
und Violoncell. 

Schumann, Klavier-Trios Op. 63, 
80, 110. 

— Fantasiestücke Op. 88. 
Spohr, Op. 119 Klavier-Trio. 
Weber, Klavier-Trio Op. 63. 

Quartette (Stimmen). 

Becker, Alb.. Op. 19 Klavierquartett. 
Beethoven, Klavier-Quartett Op. 16. 

— Streichquartette Op. 18, No. 1—0. 

— do. Op. 59, 74, 95. 

— do. Op. 127, 130-133, 135. 
Bangert, Op. 18 Klavierquartett. 
Cherubini, 3 Streichquartette. 
Diltersdorf, Streichquartett. 
Grieff, Op. 27 Streichquartett. 
Haydn, Sämmtl. S3 Streichquartette 

— 16 berühmte Streichquartette. 
Herltte-Viardot, Klavierquartett. 



No. 



1741 

1742 

272 

16 

17 

1497 
168a 

168b 
1347 

2379 
2380 



2177 



599 

2231 
1422 
1743 

18 

19 

169 

776 

2381 



2446 
1782 
1849 



240 
241/3 

244 

245J6 
247 

2067 
2178a'd 
2178a 
2178b 
2178c 
2178d 

2410 
2235a 
2235b 
2235c 

2239 



2607 
1744 
2415 
2281 
2240a/b 
2244a b 

2382 
2216 
3S3a 
383b 
3S3c 



2450 
2451a 



3S4a'd 

384e 
384f 
381g 
384h 
384 i 
384k 

2086 
2179 



281/35 
2417 
2017 

2018a,b 

2066 

2418 

1238/40 

1775 

2276 
2268a b 

1868 
2-'77a,b 



Quartette (Stimmen). 

Mendelssohn, Sämmtliche Klavier- 
Quartette. 

— Sämmtliche Streichquartette. 
Mozart, Klavierquartett (Ginoli, Es). 

— 10 berühmte Streichquartette. 

— Die anderen 17 Streichquartette. 
Scholz, Op. 46 Streichquartett. 
Schubert, Streichquartette Op 29 

125, Op. posth. Dmoll. 

— Op. 161, 168, Op. posth. Cmoll. 

— Klavier -Quartett (Adagio und 
Rondo). 

Schumann, Streichquartette Op. 41. 

— Klavierquartett Op. 47. 

Spohr, Op. 4 No. 1, 2, Op. 46 No. 2 

Streichquartette. 
Weber, Klavierquartett Op. S. 



29, 



Quintette ( Stimmen ) . 

Beethoven, Quintette Op. 4, 
104, 137. 

Boccherini, Streiehquintett. 

Hummel, Klavierquintett Op. 87. 

Mendelssohn, Sämmtliche Streich- 
Quintette. 

Mozart, 5 berühmte Streichquintette. 

— Die anderen 5 Streichquintette 
Schubert. Forellen-Quintett Op. 114. 

— Streichquintett Op. 163. 
Schumann, Klavierquintett Op 44. 

Septett und Octette 

(Stimmen). 
Beethoven, Septett Op . 
Mendelssohn. Octett Op. 20. 
Schubert, Octett Op. 166. 

Orgel. 

Bnch,.I.S., Sämmtl. Orgelwerke: 

— I Sonaten, Passacaglia. Pastorale- 

— II, III, IV Präludien und Fugen, 
Toccaten, Fantasien. 

— V Kurze Choralvorspiele. 

— VI, VH Grosse Choralvorspiela. 

— VIII Concerte, Kl. Präludien etc. 

— IX Fugen, Choralvorspielc e'.c. 

— Album (Wolfrain) 4 progr. Bände. 

— I Choräle, Kleine Chor.-.; vorspiele. 

— H Choralvorspielo. 

— III Präludien, Fantasien etc. 

— IV Präludien und Fugen, Toccat. 
Fischer, M. G., Album (Palme i. 
Herzog, Op. 30, Allgem. Vorspiele. 

— Choralvorspiele. 

— Choräle und Nachspiele. 
Körner, Praktischer Organist (046 

kurze Compositionen alter und 

neuer Meister.). 
Liszt, Ave Maria d'Arcadelt. 
Mendelssohn, Sämmtl. Orgelwerke. 
Mozart, Fmoll-Fantasio (Glaus}. 
Rinck-Albuiii (Hänloinl. 
Ritter. Praktische Orgelschule. 
Schneider, Podalstudien , Op. 07 

und 48. 
Schumann, Bach-Fugen Op. 60. 
Sclnvencbe, Choralvorspiele 
Orgel-Album. Bd.I leicht(Volckmar). 

— Bd. II mittelschwer (i 

— Bd. III schwer (do.). 
Praeludien-Albiim (100 Praeludien 

in allen gebräuchlichen Tonarten). 



Album für Violine und Oiirel (Wcr- 

mann). 
Arien für Sopran und Orgel (Kothe). 

Harmonium. 



Album. (Stapf) (Lieder. Art 
Oratorien und Opern etc.). 

— (Bibl) Compos v. Mendelssohn. 

— (do.» do. v. Beethoven. 



— (do.) do. 

— (do.) do. 

— (do.) do. 

— (do.) do. 
Schumann. 

Praeludien-Album s Orgel. 
Kcinhard, Harmonium-Sehule. 



ibert. 

v. Mozart. 

T.Bach n Händel. 

pin und 



Blasinstrumente. 

Bach, 6 Sonaten für Flöto u. Piano. 
Demnitz. Clarinett-Sohule. 
Garibaldi, Die ersten Cebnngen für 

Flöte. ' 
Handel, 6 Sonaten für Flöte und 

Piano. 
Haydn, Violiu-Sonaten arr. f. Flöte 

und Piano. 
Hinke. Oboe-Schule. 
Kuhlau, Duos Op 10. 60, 81 f. 2 Fl. 
Mendelssohn. Lieder ohi 

Flöte und Piano. 
Popp, Erster FIBtennnterricht 
— Klassische Stücke für H 51 

Piano. 

Strauss-Album 

Weisseiiliorn. Fagoitstudicn. 



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